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Six Replies to What Other Kitty Cats are as Good as You, the Bestest Kitty Cat in the Whole World, Yes You Are?

Anna Gregoline | January 27, 2008
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Scott Hardie | January 27, 2008
I dreamed that blog post and decided, why not write it.

Lori Lancaster | January 27, 2008
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Amy Austin | January 27, 2008
LOLOL -- I have a friend who is *constantly* saying this to/about his granddaughter, my dogs, whatever fits... he even sings it -- I can't believe I have to read it now, too!

Tony Peters | January 30, 2008
Ok I talk to my animals but there's a line and I think scott is living on the other side of it

Jackie Mason | January 31, 2008
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Logical Operator

The creator of Funeratic, Scott Hardie, blogs about running this site, losing weight, and other passions including his wife Kelly, his friends, movies, gaming, and Florida. Read more »

To the Victor Belongs the Spoils

If only I had $4000 to spare: Sopranos Pinball Go »

Can't Live With Her, Can't Live Without Her

This is the truncated version of a much longer and more ambitious post about my relationships and why I don't blog about them. Let's just leave the reason at "duh." Denise and I tried being friends again after breaking up, but it was based on each of us not saying what we really thought of the other, which is always unwise. Go »

Home Computing

Any time I get frustrated with how slow my computer seems these days, I just remember that it could be worse. Thanks, Marlon. Go »

Varicosity

A couple of people have asked about a foot injury that I mentioned. It sounded scary but it's actually pretty minor. A varicose vein on the surface of my left foot ruptured on its own. Go »

Logic Rules

(link) Thanks, John. Go »

Ten Stress-Relieving Tips for Visiting Walt Disney World

I know a few people visiting the self-proclaimed Happiest Place on Earth for the first time in 2008, and I've been there a lot, so here's what I tell them. 1) Go during the off-season: Between Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve, or between New Years and Valentines Day. The hotels are a fraction of their normal cost, the Florida weather is dry and cool, and best of all, park attendance is at a minimum. Go »